Shrevie: Ok, now ask me what's on the flip side. Beth: Why? Shrevie: Just, just ask me what's on the flip side, OK? Beth: What is on the flip side? Shrevie: Hey, Hey, Hey, 1958. Specialty Records. [Beth nods blankly] Shrevie: See? You don't ask me things like that, do you? No! You never ask me what's on the flip side. Beth: No! Because I don't give a shit. Shrevie, who cares about what's on the flip side about the record? Shrevie: I do! Every one of my records means something! The label, the producer, the year it was made. Who was copying whose style... who's expanding on that, don't you understand? When I listen to my records they take me back to certain points in my life, OK? Just don't touch my records, ever! You! The first time I met you? Modell's sister's high school graduation party, right? 1955. And Ain't That A Shame was playing when I walked into the door! Timothy Fenwick, Jr.: All I did was I parked the car on a nice lonely road, I looked at her, and I said fuck or fight. Timothy Fenwick, Jr.: Do you ever get the feeling that there's something going on that we don't know about? Edward Eddie Simmons: You're dealing with a rational girl; that's your problem. Modell: You know what word I'm not comfortable with? Nuance. It's not a real word. Like gesture. Gesture's a real word. With gesture you know where you stand. But nuance? I don't know. Maybe I'm wrong. Billy: I'll hit you so hard, I'll kill your whole family. Fenwick: Definitely the smile of the week! Beth: That's very mature Fenwick. Fenwick: Fuck Mature! Fenwick (to Boogie): he only hand on your pecker is going to be your own! Carol Heathrow: It just pushed the flaps open? Modell: This is why you are so nervous all the time. You have like chunks of roast beef in your heart! Eddie: You... You... You make me sick. You've just gone down two steps in my... my book! Boogie: Did I tell you guys I'm taking out Carol Heathrow tomorrow night? Fenwick: She... is death! (Thumbs up)
Edward 'Eddie' Simmons
: When you're making out, which do you prefer, Sinatra or Mathis? Robert 'Boogie' Sheftell: I like Presley. TV customer: [watching a black and white television program in the showroom] Is this show in color, or is there something wrong with the set? Edward Eddie Simmons: If you want to talk, you always have the guys at the diner. You don't need a girl if you wanna talk. Boogie: You know I got plans. Bagel: Always a dreamer, hey, Boog? Boogie: If you don't have good dreams, Bagel, you got nightmares. Modell: We all know most marriages depend on a firm grasp of football trivia.